Edited by John A. List and Aart de Zeeuw
In this book, distinguished scholars from Europe and the US examine a range of topical issues in environmental and resource economics. Employing cutting-edge tools, they take a fresh look at some of the most significant international and domestic issues at the forefront of public policy debates.
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- Recent Advances in Environmental Economics
- Chapter 1: A Reconsideration of Environmental Federalism
- Chapter 2: Global Environmental Governance, Political Lobbying and Transboundary Pollution
- Chapter 3: Endogenous Transfrontier Pollution
- Chapter 4: Allocating Greenhouse Gas Emissions Among Countries with Mobile Populations
- Chapter 5: Environmental Regulation and International Trade: A General Equilibrium Approach
- Chapter 6: The Ups and Downs of the Environmental Kuznets Curve
- Chapter 7: Participation in Industry-wide Voluntary Approaches: Short-run vs. Long-run Equilibrium
- Chapter 8: Irreversible Development of a Natural Resource: Management Rules and Policy Issues when Direct Use Values and Environmental Values are Uncertain
- Chapter 9: A Model of Neighbourhood Conditions and Internal Household Environments
- Chapter 10: Environmental Policy and the Timing of Drilling and Production in the Oil and Gas Industry
- Chapter 11: Using Flexible Scenarios in Benefit Estimation: An Application to the Cluster Rule and the Pulp and Paper Industry
- Chapter 12: Trade-off at the Trough: TMDLs and the Evolving Status of US Water Quality Policy
- Chapter 13: Heterogeneous Preferences and Complex Environmental Goods: The Case of Ecosystem Restoration
- Chapter 14: Incentives in Public Goods Experiments: Implications for the Environment
- Chapter 15: An Experimental Test for Options Value: Relevance for Contingent Valuation Elicitation
- Chapter 16: Is the Scope Test Meaningful in the Presence of Other-regarding Behaviour?
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